International mobility in itself is a professional or volunteering experience proposed to the target group. It relies on European or national programmes and funding. The mobility process also relies on consistent and relevant pedagogical tools that allow participants to capitalise their experience and, upon return, move closer to the labour market.
These tools can include:
• A mobility ‘passport’ to help participants fill in the forms necessary for designing their project online: a motivation letter, project form, discovery day, country and its context, Europe-based quiz to prepare for a pre-departure training;
• A mobility portfolio: this includes the printed passport files and additional information on participants’ rights and duties abroad, insurance, training forms, etc.